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a warning for students at san jose state university this morning, the close call on campus last night for two students and the investigation now underway. >> and get ready to check your bank accounts, which company is the latest victim of a major security breach and how you can keep your information safe. >> plus it's possible the america's cup might not return to san francisco. the two other cities up for consideration and why san francisco is fighting back. mornings on 2 starts right now. complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu mornings on 2.
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>> good morning everyone. welcome to mornings on 2. it's sunday january 26th. i'm mike mibach. >> good morning i'm claudine wong. let's get a check of your weather with meteorologist rosemary orozco and how are things this morning rosemary? >> another fabulous day in store starting out with high clouds, a cool start. we'll have a look at your current temperatures coming up. your afternoon highs for today and in the extended forecast increasing possibility of that wet weather coming our way. i will have a time line for you as to when that wet weather's going to move in. the gradual cooldown expected for next week and your afternoon highs coming up. new this morning, san jose state police is investigating two cases of sexual battery. ktvu's allie rasmus is live for us this morning on campus and tells us that there's a warning that has been sent out to students. >> reporter: university police on the san jose campus are investigating two incidents of sexual battery. both happened on the campus yesterday. the first incident happened around 7:00 near where we are,
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this is the campus' event and recreation center. police say a man riding his bicycle came up behind a female student and groped her. two hours later the man struck again, this time near the 8th 8th street and hoover hall dormitory area. another student walking in that area around 9:20 told police she was also touched inappropriately by a man on a bike who had been following her. now here is a description of the suspect. he's described as being 20 to 30 years old wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and black pants. he also has a mustache and of course was riding a bicycle. he was last seen on the bike heading towards the campusville village apartments around 9:30 last night. the two students were not injured in this incident, but they did report it to police and again, police are asking for the public's help trying to find the person responsible. anyone with information is asked to call university police. a little later on on mornings on 2 we're hoping to get an update from university police and some of the students about this warning that went out last
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night. live in san jose, allie rasmus ktvu channel 2 news. san jose police department is investigating an early morning homicide. it happened shortly after 1:00 on sun crest avenue in east san jose. when they arrived they found a man who had been stabbed once. he later died at the hospital. no arrests have been made. new this morning, police have just identified the gunman in a deadly mall shooting in maryland. he's years old and from college -- he's 19 years old and from college park maryland. the shooter was dropped off at the mall in a cab an hour before the shooting. as molly headenberg reports, investigates don't know why he opened fire. >> police looking far motive after a man fired shots with a shotgun in a crowded mall in columbia maryland, a suburb between washington and baltimore. >> we were able to get officers on scene within 2 minutes. based on our past training and experiences, those officers got into the mall very quickly. they were able to locate three
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people deceased. >> five others were wounded and taken to a local hospital. they've since been released. eyewitnesses describing a terrifying scene as the gunman opened fire. >> i thought i heard something fall. it sounded like brick. all of a sudden i saw people fall. three people that were shot fall, so everybody ducked to the ground. i heard more than ten shots. >> what was going through your head? >> protect them kids. they were just so little, and one was a newborn. just protect the kids. >> the two victims, 21-year-old breanna benlolo and tyler johns were employees of a skate shop on the upper level of the mall. the shooter has not been identified and police don't know if he had a connection to the victims. they found large amounts of ammunition on his body so they're not taking any chances sending a robot into the mall to check for explosives. county officials crediting first responders and the public for their help in minimizing the tragedy. >> we're an incredibly strong, caring community and the
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outpouring of love and compassion that i've seen today through tragedy really warms my heart. >> police say they're also flying in an explosives sniffing dog from ocean city maryland to help in the final efforts to clear the mall and reopen at some point in the future. in columbia maryland, molly henneberg fox news. >> breanna leaves behind a 2- year-old son and lived in florida and colorado before moving to maryland. she was an assistant manager at the skate shop where the shootings took place and had been working there since 2010. 25-year-old tyler johnson had been working at the store for about three months. a teenager are reported ties to san carlos has been arrested on charges of possession of a weapon of mass destruction in his pennsylvania apartment. police discovered that bomb while investigating a marijuana grow operation. ladislov is at penn state, he is originally from russia.
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he a memorial service will be held in san jose for a 14- year-old girl hit and killed by a vta light rail train. danica garcia was riding her bike to lamar high school have where she was a freshman. she may have been rushing to school to be on time for a singing performance. today's service starts at 2:00 in the afternoon at the willow glen funeral home on lincoln avenue. her funeral will be held tomorrow morning. we are finding out more about the have miche elementary school teacher arrested on suspicion of bringing marijuana to an employee pot luck. in 2011 elk club, vallejo honored her as teacher of the year. several of badger's co-workers got sick after eating food laced with marijuana that she brought to an off campus party in november. >> it was a little bit
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shocking. i hope it's not true. from all i've heard it's probably not true. >> you can't just rush to judgment especially when someone's a teacher, they've been respected for so long. you don't want to rush. >> badger is a 1st grade teacher at matthew turner elementary school. she's been placed on administrative leave during the investigation. police say she is out on bail. a new report says the b.a.r.t. police officer who accidentally shot a b.a.r.t. detective on tuesday mistook him for an armed suspect. investigators say officer michael mace made a split second misjudgment when he shot sergeant tom smith. that according to the san francisco chronicle. the shooting happened during a probation search inside a dublin apartment. the report says the apartment's unusual circular layout and the two entrances to the bathroom were contributing factors. michael's arts and crafts could be the latest major retailer to be targeted by hackers. in a letter on the company's web site, the ceo says the breach is being investigated but urges customers in the
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meantime to check their financial statements for fraudulent charges. some tech analysts are saying the incident could be very similar to the security breach at target over the holidays. >> that data was somehow being collected with one of these tools that these bad guys are using now to collect this data and then resell that data to other people who then, you know, take over your identity, make false charges, et cetera. >> it's unclear how many people might have affected or how far back the hacking goes. there are 20 michael's stores here in the bay area. this is the late nest a recent stripping -- latest in a recent string. the most famous is target in which the private information of 70 to 100 million-dollar customers were compromiseed. investigates tell the new york times that hackers in eastern europe are responsible for the cyber attack and say as many as six other retailers were hit.
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the secret service has opened separate investigations into the breaches. if you have a big day planned outside let's turn to roads rosemary. >> another batch of high clouds overhead this morning. temperatures are cooler in many areas. take a look at those numbers in just a moment. first live look from bay point. here comes the sun. isn't that a beautiful start. 10 minutes or so until the official sunrise. these clouds are expected to thin out and will remain with high clouds overhead for your afternoon, but not quiet as thick. and you can see from storm tracker 2 just how thick those high clouds are, mid and high level clouds at this point. going to back it up here, show you what's going on out there. we do have that system off the coast here of southern california continuing to send us those clouds. any rain is going to stick to the south. we're not going to see any of that for today. in fact, temperatures will get near record highs once again, but we do have changes coming, at least that's what the models want to say as we get into the
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second half or your business week. we continue to see those clouds move through. as we get into monday afternoon, a system here is going to actually sweep through the north corner of california, areas of oregon as well as washington. we're going to remain dry, but we're going to remain mostly cloudy for your monday. tuesday pretty uneventful, a mix of sun and clouds and temperatures unseasonably mild continuing. as we get into thursday morning we're going to start out it looks like mostly cloudy and dry. as we get into thursday afternoon notice the possibility of rain beginning to move into the bay area. we're now into friday morning and the rain is still with us. looks like friday could also be wet. we're looking at the possibility of two days, thursday and friday of being wet and they're going to be cooler days as well. going to finally feel like winter. meanwhile the here and now, temperatures quite chilly in the north bay. 35 degrees in santa rosa. 36 in napa. 40s to low 50s around the bay. we head to the peninsula, we have 45 and foster city. 45 for palo alto.
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one last shift, 48 for sunnyvale and 49 degrees outside your door saratoga. for the afternoon, upper 60s to near 70 degrees. 68 in san rafael, san san rafael broke a record yesterday. 68 for petaluma shifting into the east bay, upper 60s for walnut creek. 70 degrees for livermore. for the south bay, 68 for san jose. santa clara 68: and sunnyvale checking in 67 for the second half of the day. mid-to upper 60s for the peninsula. 65 san francisco, low to mid- 60s expected along the coastline with a localized sea breeze. the extended forecast there, bay area weekend always in view showing you today may actually be the warmest day. we do begin just a gradual cooldown but by wednesday into thursday, bigger changes taking place and the possibility of that rain moving in on thursday. i'll have a look at your sunday lunchtime numbers for you coming up. >> san francisco's bid to host another america's cup could be running into rough water. the ceo of oracle team usa said
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sailing officials are talking a with other venues about hosting the cup. san francisco has not offered the same terms as it did for last summer's races, however, -rt the oracle team emphasizes it's far from making a decision. >> super bowl excitement heating up across the country, how the broncos and seahawks are preparing for the big game and the special sendoff from their fans. >> and we are officially in a drought but some scientists are concerned this dry spell could be the start of something much bigger. >> let's give you a live look outside, the traffic approaching the bay bridge toll plaza looking great on this sunday morning, time now is 7:12. you're watching mornings on 2. . it is so good when you need a little escape. [ mom ] still counting. ♪ more than a feeling ♪ when i hear that old song they used to play ♪ ♪ more than a feeling [ female announcer ] yoplait light boston cream pie.
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mostly cloudy skies and 43 degrees outside your door. some scientists are concerned that california's current dry spell could be what's called a megadrought. the megadroughts last for two decades or longer and scientists say megadroughts in the middle ages sometimes lasted more than 200 years. they also say historically the last century was a particularly wet one. the longest droughts of the 20 20th century happened from 1987 to 1992 and from 1928 to 18934. these photos from space show us just how dry it's been. mount shasta was covered in snow in november. scientists say the snow cover normally peaks by april 1st. the ski slopes have been closed most of this month because of that lack of snow. and the warm winter weather is causing allergy season to get an early start typically pollen production is most noticeable in the spring. but with the temperatures in the high 70s, tree pollens are already showing up in higher
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quantities. the poll pollen production will more likely continue. allergy relief could be coming soon. a weather system that is moving into the area could bring some rain. >> another search is scheduled to get underway in quebec for the victims of deadly fire at a nursing home. ten people died in that fire, and 22 more are missing and presumed dead. icy conditions have been hampering the search for victims. de-icing equipment has been brought in to help break up 2 feet of ice covering that fire scene. >> the method that we're using now with regard to melting the ice is we're using steam, so the steam is being used for us to be able to advance in the scene without -- being able to preserve the integrity of potential victims. >> the cause of the fire is under investigation but investigators say only some of the rooms in the senior center had working sprinklers. 281 people on board a royal caribbean cruise ship are experiencing symptoms of flu. the u.s. centers for disease
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control and prevention said many of the passengers are reporting vomiting and diarrhea. health officials plan on boarding the ship today while it's docked in the u.s. virgin islanded. they'll collect specimens to try to find out what's causing the illness. 4200 people are aboard. new numbers show marin county had the second highest rate of whooping coughing cases. there were 170 cases in the county in 2013. the highest rate was in nevada county. the report also says california as a whole saw an increase in whooping cough cases among children last year. directors of the state stem cell agency are scheduled to meet in berkeley wednesday. they are discussing plans for a 40 million-dollar stem cell center that could make the state a world leader. they're competing for the funds. scientists hope the research will one day lead to cutting edge medical medical treatments that are tailored to each
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patient's genetic makeup. congress could be close to taking up the issue of immigration reform. house republicans are scheduled to unveil their plan of overhauling the nation's immigration system this week. they're expect today call for increasing security at the border and offering legal status but not a path to citizenship to undocumented immigrants. white house aides say president obama will present a modest agenda in his upcoming state of the union address. some political analysts say it's difficult for him to push through a series o'of new initiatives when last year's state of the union proposal such as tighter gun control laws never materialized. on tuesday the president will discuss immigration overhaul. aides are optimistic he may reach a compromise with republicans. the president will also ask for higher minimum wage. in addition he is expected to seek more spending for infrastructure and education. we are just one week away from the super bowl, and today players from both the broncos and the seahawks will head to new jersey to prepare for the big game. fans are expected to gather at the airports in both cities to send off their team who are
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expected to arrive at the newark airport this afternoon. tickets are still on sale online. they start around $1500. security is expected to be very tight at this year's big game. excited bronco fans rallied in park meadows yesterday to show their support for their team as they head to the super bowl. fans had a chance to meet with some of the broncos cheerleaders. miles the mascot got involved as well. fans in spokane held a presuper bowl celebration with a special guest flying high with fans saturday was the seahawks own real life mast come, tama swoops over the field before every seahawks game. if you are not going to the super bowl you can watch it right here on ktvu. that game is sunday february 2 february 2nd, with kickoff at 3:25. it's a dream job for baseball fans in san diego hundreds of people turned out for a casting call for a chance tat becoming the san diego
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padre's next announcer. >> right fielder number 25,. >> each of the contestants had just a minute to impress the judges and many said they were nervous. >> still shaking a little bit. if you're not shaking you're probably dead. >> the contestants will get another chance to show off their skills at next month's fan fest. fans will vote on three finalists, padre's management will announce a winner on opening night march 30th. 7:20, and setting records at the age of 100. the two world records, the world's oldest master swimmer has just broken. fair weather in the forecast for your sunday afternoon. in the extended forecast cooler wetter weather on the way. ville ai'll have a look at what you can expect coming up.
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. starting today it's going to cost you more to mail letters and postcards. the price of a first class stamp has gone up $0.03 to
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$0.49 and that is the biggest hike in more than ten years. postcard rates are going to rise to $0.34, a penny more. the postmaster general says the rate hikes are necessary to keep delivering mail six days a week and keep underused post offices open. later tonight some of music's greatest performers will be coming together for the 56 56th annual grammy air ward show. bay area native billie joe armstrong will be performing. other performers include katy perry and taylor swift. ll cool j will host the event. some of the top nominees include jay-z and justin timberlake. last night clyde davis hosted the pregrammy gala. some of the world's most renowned artists in film and television were in attendance. many of the guests could not help but remember the stars that inspired them to pursue music. >> my number one singing idol
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is jackie wilson and then there was sam cooke and ray charles. >> bob dylan opened the door for all of us and the beatles. >> the event also featured performances from jennifer hudson and miley cyrus but it was not until robin thick performed blurred lines with ferrell and ti that got the crowds really on their feet. . 7:23, don't want to obsess about that possible rain coming our way. no pressure rosemary but are we getting a better idea if we'll see some wet stuff? >> it's looking more patrolsing. promising. for today the ridge of high pressure in control of the weather pattern. we are going to continue with dry, mild weather. notice there is a system right here off the southern california coastline or central coast bringing a few scattered showers possibly south of us, but we are going to remain with just that batch of clouds sending our way and that's really going to be about it.
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as we get into next week, a major pattern shift coming our way by the end of january. it looks like it could stick around for a few days. that is some great news. the first possibility of rain looks like it will arrive on thursday. outside our door right now. 35 degrees in santa rosa, a chillier start for you, 53 in san francisco, oakland checking in at 44. concord you're at 42 and for the afternoon today back into the upper 60s, notice the clouds do clear out for the afternoon. 69 degrees expected at 4:00, and settling into our evening hours, 53 degrees by 7:00. san jose right now 49 degrees, and for your afternoon 50, well, let me start with the morning. 57 degrees at 10:00. then for the afternoon 64 by 1:00. upper 60s in the forecast for the second half of your day. the extended forecast here with your bay area weekend always in view, today's going to be the warmest day. we see just a subtle drop in temperatures for tomorrow. we are going to hold steady through wednesday with increasing clouds on wednesday and perhaps a few scattered
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showers as early as thursday. i'll have the latest on that futurecast model for you coming up. well 104-year-old man in canada has set two new world records as a master swimmer. kimerman is the world's oldest master swimmer. he started competitive swimming at 79. he already had four records for the 100 to 104 age bracket but since he turns 105 next month a new age bracket had to be created to accommodate him. he swims twice a week to train. >> it's a challenge. that's what it is. so that's why i swim. it's a challenge. >> often timerman's doctors have told him to stop. he has torn ligaments in his shoulder but he says he's not worried. he has since altered his stroke so he can keep swimming. a boogie boarder dies this rough waters off santa cruz what he reportedly said to lifeguards being getting cough
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caught in the surf. >> and femme members pleading with a young teen to turn himself in.
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claudine wong. >> i'm mike mibach. >> san jose state police are investigating two cases of sexual battery, both incidents happened last night. police say a man rode his bike behind the victims and then touched them inappropriately. none of the victims were injured. a maryland mall will remain closed as police continue to investigate a deadly shooting. three people including the gunman were killed in the shooting at columbia mall near baltimore. police say they still do not know the motive. the victims have been identified as 21-year-old breanna benalo who worked as an assistant manager in the skate shop where shots were fired and 25-year-old tyler johnson who also worked at the store. later today a memorial service will be held in san jose for a 14-year-old girl hit and killed by a vta light rail train. danica garcia was struck january 17th while riding her bike to delmar high school where she was a freshman. . the father of a 14-year-old boy accused of killing his 17- year-old sister is pleading for his son to turn himself in. it is a story you will only see
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on channel 2. family members of mario tolliver junior gathered to pray. yesterday they said the shooting was a tragic mistake and fear tolliver could get into a deadly confrontation with police unless he turns himself in. >> it don't have nothing to do with no police clothes and none of that. i mean, it was just kids arguing. >> police say tolliver shot his sister justice thursday in their grandmother's apartment. oakland police are offering a $10,000 reward. the tolliver family is raising money to help pay for justice's funeral. a good samaritan has donated funds for her plot. for information go to ktvu.com and click on top stories. three people are recovering after a head-on crash near brentwood. the wreck happened yesterday afternoon on a curve on marsh creek road. the highway patrol says it appears the driver of a toyota rav4 crossed over the double yellow line and slammed into a
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lincoln navigator. the 30-year-old woman driving the toyota was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. a boy and girl in the backseat of the lincoln were airlifted to children's hospital in oakland as a precaution. their injuries are said to be minor. investigators say the mountain view man who was killed while boogie boarding along the santa cruz coast had been warned of the danger. these photos were taken as rescuers tried to save 47-year- old james zank. he was critically hurt when waves sent him crashing into the rocks near the santa cruz light house. lifeguards warned sank to move out of the high tide and rough waters but they say he told them he was fine. san francisco police have killed a dog that belonged to a homeless man. the shooting happened yesterday. officers say they were searching vacant apartments when the dog attacked an officer. the officer who fired the weapon did not shoot until the dog was right on top of him. some neighbors say the dog was dangerous while others say he was quiet friendly. >> i played with him all the
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time. otherwise he'll have him on a leash. >> he never tried to bite my son or nothing. >> police say the dog's owner 54-year-old toll hard aster was squatting at the apartment. they arrested him for trespassing. a candlelight vigil will be held for a dublin girl who disappeared 25 years ago. 13-year-old ilene every year her family and supporters hold a walk and prayer service to mark the day. . and tens of thousands of people against abortion flooded the streets of san francisco yesterday for the tenth annual walk for life. it marks the 41st anniversary of row roe v. wade. the antiabortion activists weren't the only ones on the
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street. hundreds of pro-choice activists came out to support their beliefs. >> they're taken the womb and turned it into a prison for those awaiting execution. >> it's san francisco. this is a liberal place. like it makes -- i don't know. it doesn't make sense. >> last year california increased access to abortions by passing a law that allows nurse practitioners to perform an early type of abortion. >> some california ranchers say that the lack of rain is hurting their cattle business, and that could push up the price of meat at the super market. the ranchers say there is not enough grass for their cattle to eat so they have to spend extra money on hay for the herds. many ranchers say they plan to apply for federal emergency loans. this dry winter in california means mosquitoes were out earlier than normal this year. mosquitoes were usually dormant during winter months but the warm weather and lack of rain are keeping them from resting. control officials in sacramento say the mosquitoes there have been a problem this winter season. >> essentially it's warm outside so they think perhaps
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it's already spring. i should be coming out. they're coming out of their resting stage. they're hungry and very aggressive. >> and some mosquito experts say the drought may eventually help with the problem since mosquitoes need standing water to reproduce. 7:34 and it feels like my allergies are killing me today. feels like spring rosemary. can you do something about that? i know the pollen levels are higher. >> spring fever going on around the bay area. it feels more like fall because it's so dry. we know it's winter and it doesn't feel like winter these days. we may eventually have a breakthrough. first let's take care of today, we are waking up with plenty of cloud cover overhead. that's a beautiful view over the bay area. the sun is up and we will begin to see those clouds clear as we get through the second half of your mornings and into the afternoon. i want to show you here a 12- hour time lapse on the clouds here and it's because we are so cool in some areas this morning. i wanted to show you that we were mostly clear getting into the evening hours. it took until about 2, 3:00 in
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the morning before these clouds began to fill in. and so this is why many of us waking up a lot chillier than yesterday. some areas all the way into 30. we'll get a look at those numbers in just a moment. this is the system that continues to send us those clouds. that will be the case for today. even a few scattered showers you can see off the coast here along the central coast and south coast, this is going to be pushing south and east. we're not going to see any rain out of this. i'm going to back this up and show you the next system in store for tomorrow. not going to see any rain out of this either. it's going to continue its track inland. it's going to bring some rain, perhaps to the north corner of california. now washington as well as oregon. our opportunity looks like it's going to come on thursday. outside our doors right now, we've got 36 in fairfield, 36 in napa, 35 in santa rosa, a lot chillier than where we were yesterday by several degrees. around the bay, mid-40s to mid- 50s in areas like oakland, hayward, mountain view checking in at 49, 53sfo and 46 degrees in half-moon bay. as we get into the inner east
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bay, 42 in walnut creek, 42 for san ramon. in pittsburgh, 46 a chilly start in brentwood. 46 for you, 43 lafayette, 40s around the inland areas. 30s for some of our north bay locations. it's a cold one out there in some cases. we've got 69 degrees for the afternoon in novato today. 68 san rafael. we broke records yesterday. could get very close today. 69 at walnut creek. 70 degrees for pleasanton. 67 in hayward. upper 60s to low 70s for you, 68 san jose, morgan hill you'll go to 71. 70 for santa cruz this afternoon. along the peninsula 68 for mountain view, palo alto 67. san mateo 65 for san francisco. low to mid-60s along the coastline with a localized sea breeze for the afternoon. the extended forecast here at your bay area weekend in view. temperatures beginning to trend downward. still going to remain on the very mild side monday, tuesday, wednesday with an increase in
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clouds coming on wednesday, and then there it is, a possibility of some rain on thursday. i will break down the time line of that rain with the futurecast model coming up. starting today, sam trance is going to be officer a new connection to the san francisco international airport. the change comes after a two year study on its bus services. the transit company says it's trying to improve efficiency and reliability by doing more of what works and less of what does. route 140's bus will run every 30 minutes and make connections to the san bruno b.a.r.t. station. for the first time since 1995 the golden sea warriors have a starter on the nba all star team. seth curry figures to have a little different tenure with the team than latrell spreewell. >> he's the face of a young exciting basketball team and more than 1 million fans voted to make the human torch stefan
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curry the starting guard for the west in next month's nba all star game. and he's been an incredible player, incredible example. an incredible leader. it's a win for the good guys. he deserves this. he's a better person than he is a basketball player. >> you want to talk about a guy that plays the game the right way. takes care of his body, eats right, works out every day. >> the only player from the west team that got more votes than steph curry was kevin durant, the same guy that calls curry the best shooter in the league. >> to have your peers and to have legends that know the game of basketball and have seen so many guys come through the ranks and play to say good things about you and your team, things are moving in the right direction. >> what makes him an all star? >> consistency. bring it every day. you know, you can almost right his stats in the book. you know what he's going to get
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at the end of the game. >> last year curry sent the nba single season record by making 272 3-pointers. he's averaging a career high in points, assists and rebounds. stef knows there's still work to be done. >> my role is to make the right decision every peg. i'm going to continue to get better at it. talk about turnovers and all that kind of stuff, they're going to be high but i've got to continue to stay the game and not be careless with the ball and be aggressive and good things will happen. >> curry's reputation as a gentleman on and off the court seems to refreshing and you just wonder if anything can bother this guy. >> one thing about him he hates being called stephen more than he hates losing. >> but barring any more serious injuries, all star stefan curry should be a household name for years to come. >> all right.
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74. thanks fred. a pastor back behind bars, the new charges he's facing weeks after being arrested for fire bombing his ex-girlfriend's home. >> and a call to service, the role of the church pope francis now asking from catholic women. >> but first let's take you outside. there's the shot of highway 24 as traffic rolls on through lafayette, not a lot of traffic, sun just peeking out t. is shaping up to be a nice sunday morning here in the bay area. it's 7:40 on the clock, this is mornings on 2.
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we are greeted by overcast skies over oakland at this
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hour, 49 degrees. thousands of people are without gas or heat after a pipeline carrying natural gas exploded. the explosion sent flames hundreds of feet into the air. it could be seen from miles away. one man says it was minus 20 degrees outside but he could still feel the heat from the explosion a quarter of a mile away. >> i lit up as if it was daylight, and the roar of a plane. >> it was unreal. it just -- it was so big and it was at least like 300 feet high. it was just huge. it didn't make sense. >> the fire burned for hours and then slowly died down after the gas supply was shut off. the cause is under investigation. san francisco police are investigating the discovery of a body found inside a car. that car was discovered on 17 the street in the mission district. police found the body shortly after noon and the coroner is now working to find the cause of death. students who survived a deadly shooting at a nevada school are getting the chance to heal at a special camp in
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lake tahoe. this weekend's retreat will feature talks from survivors of the columbine shooting and school shooting in jonesboro arkansas. students will get a chance to take part in outdoor activities. police say a 7th grader at sparks middle school shot and killed a math teacher in october before taking his own life. two students were wounded. a vacaville pastor accused of fire bombing the home of an ex-girlfriend is back in jail this morning. authorities say they have arrested 39-year-old mark lewis of the fellowship baptist church on suspicion of fraud. authorities say two and a half weeks ago lookout lewis and three homeless people staying at the church tossed a molotov cocktail into his ex- girlfriend's home. he posted a half million dollars bail. investigators are accusing him of falsifying deeds with another church's tax and incorporation numbers as collateral. >> using information from a church in riverside, california, and a tax id number from a larger conglomerate international group out of missouri, none of which are associated with the local church. >> police have also arrested
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the pastor's uncle. officers say he is a convicted felon who had a handgun with the serial number removed. oakland police are asking for the public's help to find a felon who they say may be armed. officers have released a photo of 25-year-old darrio coleman, he's wanted on a $75,000 warrant for being a felon in possession of a firearm. he's 5-foot 7, 170 pounds and known to frequent north oakland near san pablo avenue and 53rd street. vigilante groups have taken over eight towns in southern mexico in an attempt to protect people from drug cartels. 500 armed men have spread out this weekend in order to set up check points along the mexico acapulco highway they believe the mexican government has failed to period of time adequate protection for its people. the state has been plagued by a rash of violent crimes including killings, kidnappings and extortion. border patrol agents found 670 pounds of cocaine at a car
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stopped a a check point on i-5. agents say the cocaine has a street value of more than $6 million. it is a massive seizure for the border patrol. the san diego border patrol recovered 828 pounds of cocaine in 2013. the city of oakland is taking action to stop a spike in car thefts. oakland city leaders handed out for free what is known as the club to drivers yesterday. the devices lock on to steering wheels making cars harder to steal. >> so traditionally hondas and toyotas what they do is break in because they're easy, especially the 90s type models and they just use them for transportation and we end up getting them somewhere else. >> a similar give sideways planned in east -- the arizona republican party has formally censored john mccain for not being conservative enough. state republicans have accused mccane of having a liberal voting record. analysts say the measure is symbolic and mostly an effort
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to embarrass mccane who is considering running for a sixth term in the u.s. senate. pope francis is asking women to take on more expanded roles in the catholic church. yesterday he spoke in front of an italian women's group and he expressed praise in female talent and unused potential. despite the attempt in making the church more welcoming to women they are still banned from becoming priests. at the scene la motors is going to be opening a new showroom in walnut creek in two to three months in broadway plaza. the showroom is going to feature two tesla models. the spokesperson says they chose that location because of the heavy foot traffic it receives. tesla electric cars start at $70,000. california customers can get up to $10,000 in tax credits. a lack of doctors in some parts of the nations has physicians and lawmakers worried as the baby boomer generation becomes older and the new affordable care act brings health insurance to more
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people, many doctors could be needed to help with the increase inpatients. observers say there are economic reasons that create so- called doctor deserts. >> you have malpractice insurance, for instance. that's a problem. a lot of doctors will say, okay, i'm going to go to a hospital to pay, and the hospital will pay for that. so many times a doctor out in that rural area is going to have to pay for his own malpractice. >> and in the state of illinois there is talk of paying off all or part of educational loans if doctors practice in remote areas. students at uc berkeley are protesting the high cost of college textbooks. student groups plan to hold a day of action tomorrow in sproul plaza. students say textbook costs have risen three times faster than inflation. the college board estimates students will spend $1200 on textbooks and other supplies this year. who is going to be named the top dog in the bay area, the golden gate kennel club is holding its annual dog show in daly city. today's events include a flay
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ball demonstration and all breed fashion show. best in show is also going to be announced and the winner gets a $500 prize. >> i don't think my dog would win. he can barely sit. plus he'd go eat all their treats and make his way -- >> you love him anyway. >> i do love him anyway. he's always on the bed or couch. a first for the national hockey league, a look at last night's game and why the san jose sharks are hoping to bring the west coast out door right here to the bay area. >> and in the extended forecast notable changes coming our way. when you may actually need that umbrella coming up.
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to those who've been denied ewelcome to covered california. now, you can no longer be denied coverage because of a pre-existing condition. enroll today at coveredca.com. a race car driver is hospitalized after a horrifying crash at a 24 hour race in daytona florida. he was in a corvette when he
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rammed into another car that lost power on the side of the track. racing analysts say the glare of the sun may have temporarily blinded gidley. he and the other driver were awake and communicating when they were pulled from the wreckage. this morning we learned he suffered a broken back and does need surgery. doctors have operated on his arm and leg yesterday. the oakland coliseum underwent a remodel this weekend and was set up for the ama super cross race. the main event the race got off to a clean start, ryan vilap a, no grabbed the lead. no major crashes but one of the favorites had his chances ended justin baa similar and loses control. james stewart for the win. it's his second win of the season and his second straight in oakland. thousands of people packed dodger stadium for the first ever outdoor hockey game between two teams on the west coast. an ice rink was set up in the middle of the field for the
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game between the ducks and kings. corey perry jamming it home into the net. ducks pull ahead 1-0. 3rd period score 2-0, mike richards having a hard time adjusting to hockey outdoors, ducks win 3-0. the sharks are hoping to bring outdoor hockey to the bay area. according to shark's chief operating officer he has pitched the idea to the nhl commissioner and was told the league was very interested in having the sharks as hosts for a future game. two things needed to happen first, one, last night given la had to be successful from a standpoint and the league has to decide whether or not to continue with the stadium series next year. 7:54, the former little league coach who made national headlines for suing one of his 14-year-old players is offering to drop that lawsuit. allen beck filed the lawsuit in november claiming he had been injured by a player. beck says his achilles' tendon was torn when he was hit by a batting helmet the player had thrown. now beck says he's willing to drop the $500,000 lawsuit if
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the player and his family apologizes. the family's attorney says an apology is unlikely as the family believes their son did nothing wrong. a getting close to 8 can let's check in with rosemary. >> good morning to you. we're waking up with those clouds once again. i think we will see mostly sunny skies for the afternoon. temperatures will be back up into the 60s. perhaps a few low 70s. we do look like we will have some changes coming. i'm going to actually send you to the next few days. bear with me here. first we have a system off the southwest coast of monterey. that's what's bringing the clouds to us at this hour. as we get into tomorrow, this system here is going to bring a few scattered showers to the north corner of california as well as oregon and washington, the better bet there. we will remain try. we will see our batch of clouds come and go and come and go. it isn't until thursday this system here, watch as i progress through your thursday, looks like we'll see scattered showers. i'm now into friday morning and the rain is still with us.
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so it's becoming a little bit more promising and we will be watching it for you between now and then. as we get into your afternoon today under high clouds, 68 for oakland, 65 san francisco, 68 mountain view, 70 degrees livermore, 70 in fairfield. we broke a few records yesterday. we'll get close again today. i'll have a look at the comparison in just a little bit. the extended forecast showing you very little change as we get through the next few days. we'll remain unseasonably warm. an increase in clouds coming on wednesday and then scattered showers in the forecast for thursday. notice how the temperatures begin to really drop for the second half of the week. 62 degrees the afternoon high on thursday. i'll have a look at the possibility of these records coming our way, and it's a chilly start for some. your current temperatures coming up. >> the chinese new year is still five days away. some celebrations have begun in san francisco. a lot of crowds at the annual
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chinese new year's flower. in the area of branson pacific avenue. underneath the chinese zodiac it's the year of the horse. in mainland china, sharks may be getting a break in the new year. the communist party has ordered a stop to lavish new year's dinner. which means no shark fin soup. by some estimates 100 million sharks were killed in 2012 just for their fins. selling shark fins is illegal in california. the latest and greatest for those of you who love being on the water is on display at the san francisco boat show. in addition to all the newest gadgets and all electric speedboat named the kona17 is making its world debut. the 0 emission water craft can hit speeds of up to 27 miles per hour. this event ends later today in pier 48. 7:57. shots fired at a mall in maryland leave people running for safety. the new information we are learning about what led up to that gunfire and a look at the two people who lost their
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lives. >> and a teenager arrested on charges of building a bomb in his pennsylvania apartment. the reported ties he has right here to the bay area.
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the investigation into two cases of sexual battery that happened on campus last night. a teenager charged with possession of a weapon of mass destruction, how the incident on the east coast has reported ties right here to the bay area. >> and get ready to check your bank accounts, the arts and crafts company that is the latest victim of a major security breach, mornings on 2 continues now. complete bay area news coverage continues. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> and good morning everyone. welcome to mornings on 2. it's sunday january 26th i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. i want to check with your weather with meteorologist rosemary orozco and it is shaping up to be a nice day. >> it's going to be another mild one. we'll be mostly sunny for your afternoon. it feels rebounding back into the upper 60s to near 70 degrees for many of us today. next week it's becoming more likely that we will actually see an end to our dry spell. so i'm going to show you the time line on that wet weather
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perhaps coming later in the week. the story at this hour, how chilly it is for some. i'll have a look at your numbers for your neighborhood coming up. all new this morning, a warning has been sent out to students at san jose state university following two reports of sexual battery. ktvu channel 2 reporter allie rasmus live on campus this morning to tell us more about the investigation. >> reporter: these two cases of sexual battery both happened yesterday evening. they apparently involve a man riding a bike and groping female students as he passes by. the first incident happened around 7:00 yesterday evening close to where we are. behind us is the events and recreation center. yesterday a female student reported to police she was walking in the area when a man on a bike followed her, rode up from behind and touched her inappropriately. two and a half hours later, the man apparently struck again, a student walking near the hoover hall dorm and 8th street on the san jose state campus told police she was also touched inappropriately by a man on a bike following her.
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students we talked to say they received e-mail and text alerts from the university police about the incident. one student who lives near hoover dorm says she's taking extra precaution. >> it was really scary. i can't even walk around my campus freely without being concerned. >> yeah, without feeling terrified that someone's going to touch me. >> how did you hear about it? >> here's the description of the suspect. he's described as being 20 to 30 years old. he was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and black pants. he also has a mustache and of course riding a bicycle. he was last seen on that bike heading towards the campus village apartments that's very close to the campus, the main campus area. this is around 9:30 last night the last time he was seen. police are urging anyone with information or who may have seen this individual to give them a call. they stress people can also leave anonymous tips to the part. a building in san francisco state university will be closed
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for safety reasons tomorrow when students return for the spring semester. asbestos, mercury and lead paint were all recently found inside a science building during a routine inspection. classes that are usually held in the building are going to be relocated. that building is going to stay closed for the entire spring semester. police in san jose are investigating an early morning homicide. it happened shortly after 1 a.m. on sun crest avenue in east san jose. when they arrived, they found a man who had been stabbed once. he later died at the hospital. no arrests have been made. a teenager with reported ties to san carlos has been arrest offend charges of possession of a weapon of mass destruction in his pennsylvania apartment. police say they discovered the bomb while investigating a marijuana grow operation. vladislav miftakhov is currently a student at penn state altoona. neighbors say he had been acting strangely before the arrest. >> take food out of our kitchen without us giving him permission, just will say some
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bizarre stuff really. >> and according to the belmont patch, he's originally from russia but graduated from carlmont high school in belmont last year. his facebook page lists his hometown as san carlos. new this morning, we are learning more about a deadly mall shooting in maryland. within the last hour police identified the gunman. they say he's 19 and from college park maryland. police have learned that he was dropped off in a taxi about an hour before yesterday's shooting at the columbia mall near baltimore but they still don't have a motive. >> we dedicate ourselves to making the world a better place, do something nice for someone. we're better than this, and we have an incredibly strong resilient wonderful community. >> three people including the gunman were killed. police have not said what relationship the shooter had with the two victims who worked at the skate shop in the mall. a memorial service is going to be held today in san jose for a 14-year-old girl hit and killed by a vta light rail train. danica garcia was hit january 17 january 17th while riding her back to delmar high school
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where she was a freshman. friends say she may have been rushing to school to be on time for a singing performance. today's service starting at 2 this afternoon at the willow glen funeral home on lincoln avenue. her funeral will be held tomorrow morning. we're finding out more about the benicia elementary school teacher arrested on suspicion of bringing marijuana to a pot luck. theresa badger was awarded teacher of the month a few weeks ago by benicia's rotary club and in 2011 elks club vallejo honored her as teacher of the year. >> it was just a little bit shocking. i hope it's not true. from all i've heard it's probably not true. >> you can't just rush to judgment and you know, especially when someone's a teacher. they've been respected for so long. you know you don't want to rush. >> badger is a first grade teacher at matthew turner elementary school. she's been placed on administrative leave during the
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investigation. police say she's now out on bail. a new report says the b.a.r.t. police officer who accidentally shot a b.a.r.t. detective on tuesday mistook him for an armed suspect. investigators say officer michael mace made a split second misjudgment when he shot sergeant tom smith according to the san francisco chronicle. the shooting happened during a probation search inside a dublin apartment. the report says the apartment's unusual circular layout and the two entrances to the bathroom were contributing factors in had the shooting. michael's arts and crafts could be the latest major retailer to be targeted by hackers. in a letter on the company web site, the ceo says the possible breach is being investigated but urgest customers in the meantime to check their financial statements for fraudulent charges. some tech analysts are saying the incident could be very similar to the security breach at target over the holidays. >> that data was somehow being collected with one of these tools that these bad guys are using now to collect this data and then resell that data to other people who then, you
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know, take over your identity, make false charges, et cetera. >> right now it's not clear how many people might be affected or how far back the potential hacking goes. there are 20 michaels stores here in the bay area. and this is the latest in a recent string of security breaches. the most famous and widespread is the one at target in which the private information of 70 to 110 million customers was compromised. mallmalware installed on terminals at knee neiman marcus may have stolen data from 1.1 million credit cards and detect cards. the hackers in eastern europe are responsible for the cyber attacks. the secret service has opened separate investigations into the breaches. wet weather making its way into california a little later this week. as for sunday, another beautiful more than, a little cloudy but still nice. >> you're right. i'm all smiles about that possibility of rain coming our way. many of us are. snow for the sierra. if you are expecting perhaps to
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maybe take a trip next week, this to consider, and for us we may have slick roads of our own, not today though. we will remain high and dry for the next few days giving you a live look there at plenty of cloud cover over the bay area this morning. these clouds swept in while we slept, and as it did, it really, well, didn't offset the cooling as much as it did yesterday morning because we were at least half the night with mostly clear skies and some areas really, really cooled off back into the 30s for some of our inland communities. let's take a look at what's happening out there, ridge of high pressure still in control of our weather pattern for the next few days. if you look closely you'll see a few scattered showers here off the coast of southern california. 300 miles southwest of monterey there's just a very weak system here bringing perhaps a few sprinkles to southern california. for us we're just getting some of that cloud cover. it's coming in from the south. as we get into tomorrow, though there's going to be a system
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that pulls in from the north and that's going to bring a few scattered showers to northern california, oregon, washington, we will remain dry. our opportunity will come the final days of january and it looks like this pattern, this new pattern, this wetter pattern could last in through the weekend. we'll be watching it for you. meanwhile outside our doors right now under overcast, we've got 44 in concord, 42 in walnut creek. 50 degrees in redwood city. mid-40s half-moon bay. to the north bay, 36 for you santa rosa and 40 degrees in napa. it feels a bit nippy out there. if you're thinking of heading to the farmers market. because we don't have the sunshine at this point, it's going to feel pretty cool, even for belmont at 53 degrees. 43 menlo park and palo alto you are at 46 at this hour. upper 40s sunnyvale and saratoga. for the afternoon as i mentioned earlier we actually broke records yesterday. today we may get close. it looks like san rafael you may break a record. notice sfo coming and perhaps tieing a record and most of us
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are just, you know, within a few degrees there of getting close to our record. so by the end of the day we'll know, of course better how it all shakes out. we'll remain unseasonably mild for the afternoon with upper 60s, low 70s for the north bay into the east bay, down into the south bay, san jose 68 for you, 68 for cupertino, along the peninsula, upper 60s san mateo. 65 in san francisco, low to mid- 60s along the coast. the extended forecast here with your bay area weekend in view showing you today is going to be the warmer day. we'll begin just a gradual cooldown for the week ahead. by thursday a plunge in those temperatures. it's going to feel like winter all of a sudden. upper 50s, low 60s in the forecast for the afternoon with wet weather in the forecast thursday. perhaps friday i will have a look at the futurecast model for you coming up. great, thank you rosemary. san francisco's bid to host an america's cup could be running into rough waters. the is ceo of oracle u.s. a
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said they're talking with other venues. potential sites include hawaii and the city of san diego. officials say san francisco has not offered the same terms as it did for last summer's races. however, the oracle team emphasizes it's still far from making a decision. a major scare for hundreds of pass passengers on a caribbean cruise ship, what's being blamed for making nearly 300 people sick. >> and we are officially in a drought but scientists are concerned this dry spell, could this be the start of something much bigger. >> first let's take you outside, there's a look at traffic or the lack of traffic on the is a knoll grade. things are moving fine in both directions there. we don't have major problems to report around the bay area. things are looking good. time on the clock is 8:116789 11. you're watching mornings on 2. you'll work hard, and you'll fall hard.
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giving a sweeping view of angel island, what a beautiful shot. we've got mostly cloudy skies with a few peeks of blue sky in there. scientists are concerned that california's current dry spell could be what's called a mega drought. they last for two decades or even longer. scientists say mega droughts in the middle ages sometimes lasted more than 200 years. they also say that historically the last century was a wet one. the longest droughts of the 20 20th century happened from 1987 to '92 and from 1928 to 1934. these photos here from space
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show just how dry it has been. mount shasta was covered in snow in november. two months later most of the snow already gone. scientists say the snow cover normally peaks by april 1st. the ski slopes on mount shasta have been closed most of this month. the warm winter weather is causing allergy season to get an early start. typically pollen production is most notable in the spring but with temperatures in the 70s tree pollens are showing up in higher quantities. allergy relief could be coming soon as rosemary has been reporting. a weather system is starting to move its way into northern california later in the week. another search scheduled to be underway in quebec for the victims of deadly fire at a nursing home. ten people died and 22 are missing and presumed dead. icy conditions have been hampering the search for victims. de-icing equipment has been brought in to break up 2 feet of ice covering the fire scene. >> the method that we're using now with regards to melting the
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ice is we're using steam. the steam is being used for us to be able to advance in the scene without -- with being able to preserve the integrity of potential victims. >> the cause of the fire is under investigation, but investigators say only some of the rooms in the senior center had working sprinklers. 281 people on board a royal caribbean cruise ship are experiencing symptoms of the flu. the u.s. centers for disease control and prevention say many passengers are reporting vomiting and diarrhea. health officials plan on boarding the ship while it's docked in the u.s. virgin islands. authorities will collect specimens. new numbers show marin county had the second highest rate of whooping coughing cases in the state last year. a report released by the department of public health showed there were 173 cases in the county in 2013, the highest rate was in nevada county. the report says california as a
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whole saw an increase in whooping cough cases among children last year. directors of state stem cell agency are scheduled to meet in berkley wednesday. they're discussing plans for a $40 million stem cell center that could make the state a world leader in the field. bio tech centers in the bay area and san diego are competing for those funds. scientists hope the research will one day lead to cutting edge medical medical treatments that are day issue day -- tailored to each patient's genetic makeup. congress could be taking up the issue of immigration reform. house republicans are scheduled to unveil their plan for overhauling the nation's immigration system this week. they are expected to call for an increase in security at the border and offering legal status but not a path to citizen ship for undocumented immigrants. president obama will present a modest agenda in his state of the union address. some analysts say it's difficult for him to push through a series of new initiatives when last year's state of the union proposals such as tighter gun control
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laws never materialized. tuesday the president is going to discuss immigration overhaul. aides are optimistic he may reach a compromise with republicans. in addition he's expected to seek more spending for infrastructure and education. we are just one week away from the super bowl and today players from both the broncos and the seahawks will head to new jersey to prepare for the big game. fans are expected to gather at the airports in both cities to send off their teams who are scheduled to arrive at newark this afternoon. tickets are still on sale online and start around $1500. security is expected to be quite tight at this year's big game. excited broncos fans rallied in park meadows to show support for the team as they head off to the super bowl. fans also had the chance to meet with some of the broncos cheerleaders. miles the mascot got involved as well. football fans in seattle are gearing up to watch their seahawks in the big game. fans in spokane held a presuper bowl celebration with a special guest flying high with fans saturday was taima, the
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seahawks own real life mascot. taima swoops over the field before every game. you are not going to the super bowl, you can watch it here on ktvu. the came is next sunday kickoff at 3:25. it's a dream job finish baseball fans in san diego. hundreds of people turned out for a casting call for a chance at becoming the san diego padres next announcer. >> right fielder number 25 will vennable. >> come on, that's a good gig. each of those contestants had just a minute to impress the judges. many were nervous. >> still shaking a little bit. if you're not shaking you're probably dead. >> the contestants are going to get another chance to show off their skills at next month's fan fest and it should be an exciting time then. >> yeah, spring training. >> yep. coming up. the about four weeks away. get ready. >> setting records at the age of 100. the two world records, the world's oldest master swimmer
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has set his sights on. >> pleasant weather back in the forecast. at this hour, mostly cloudy and cool for many of us. but we will begin to see those clouds clear as we get through the second part of your day and temperatures bouncing back into the upper 60s and in the extended forecast, i am tracking the possibility of rain. i will show you that coming up. uñ
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starting today, it will cost you more to mail letters and postcards. the price of a first class stamp has gone up $0.03 to $0.49. that is the biggest hike in more than ten years. postcard rates will rise to $0.34. that's a penny more. the hikes are necessary to meet a congressional requirement to keep delivering mail six days a week and keep underused post offices open. later tonight some of music's greatest performers will be coming together for the 56 56th annual grammy award shows. bay area native and green day lead vocalist billie joe armstrong will be performing. other performances include katy perry and taylor swift. ll cool j will host the event and some of the nominees include jay-z and justin timberlake. last night clyde davis and the recording academy hosted the annual pregramgrammy gala some of the most renowned artists in
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music and television were in attendance. many of the guests couldn't help but remember the stars who inspired them. >> my number one singing idol is jackie wilson and then there was sam cooke and ray charles. >> bob dylan opened door for all of us and the beatles. >> well the event also featured performances from jennifer hudson and miley cyrus. but it wasn't until robin thicke performed blurred lines with ferrell williams that the crowd got on their feet. let's swing it over to rosemary this sunday morning. >> good morning to you. high clouds overhead. they pulled in in the overnight hours so it didn't offset the cooling like yesterday morning. some of us waking up in the 30s. these clouds continue to pull in from the south. there's a system off the southwest corner of monterey. that will continue a southeasterly trek. it will continue those clouds at least through the morning
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hours. as it begin begins to shift out you saw how it moved south and east. we are now into monday. this next system here you can see lining up bringing a possibility of scattered showers to northern california as well as oregon and washington. we're going to remain dry. it isn't going to sink for a enough south to get us wet. but by thursday this next system here. watch as i put it into motion, brings scattered showers into the bay area for part of thursday and now into friday morning the showers continuing. two days of rain coming our way thursday, friday, you'll finally be able it pull out those winter clothes you've been waiting all winter long to wear and you will need the umbrella as well. temperatures at this hour, mid- 30s to mid-40s for our inland community. 40s for most of the bay. a few low 50s out there as well. by lunchtime 60s in the forecast once again. mostly sunny. high clouds in the forecast for your afternoon. upper 60s in oakland, mid-60s san francisco, 68 for san jose.
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70 degrees expected at santa rosa and napa. the extended forecast. we're going to hold fairly steady. temperatures sliding just a subtle drop monday, tuesday into wednesday. by thursday with that possibility of showers, take a look at the number, upper 50s to low 60s in the forecast for the afternoon. back to the desk. 104-year-old man in canada has set two new world records as a master swim. yaring timerman is the world's oldest master swimmer. he started at the age of 79. he also had four records for the 100 to 104 age bracket. because he turns 105 next month a new age bracket had to be made to accommodate him. he swims twice a week to train. >> it's a challenge. that's what it is. so that's why i swim. it's a challenge. timerman's doctors have told him to stop. the master swimmer has torn
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ligaments in his shoulder. he said he's not worried. he has since altered his stroke so he can keep swimming. >> i know they made that new age bracket for him. >> 105. >> i think he might be alone in that age bracket. >> you never know. >> you never know. >> i thought that he started competitive swimming at the age of 79 was interesting too. it's not like he was 10. we waited later on in life to do it. and doing well. there is a campus wide warning today at san jose university. the new concerns over student safety and the pair of attacks that caused the school to issue an alert. >> plus sacred religious symbols are defaced. the shock and outrage over vandalism at several northeastern churches.
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some college students in the south bay are on edge searching this morning for the man suspected of two separate attacks on campus. good morning and welcome back to mornings on 2. i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm mike mibach. this morning the san jose state police department is investigates two cases of sexual battery. allie rasmus is live on campus. a warning has been sent out to students? >> reporter: that's right. students we talked to this morning say they received e- mail and text alerts from the university police last night detailing these two incidents and campus police are investigating these two cases as cases of sexual battery. they apparently involve a man riding a bike on campus and touching students, female students inappropriately. the first incident happened around 7:00 last night near the student recreation and event center. let's show you the video of this area. we're talking about right behind us. a female student reported to police a man on a bike followed
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her, then rode up from behind and touched her inappropriately. about two and a half hours later the man apparently struck again. a student walking near the hoover hall dorm and 8th 8th street told police she was also touched inappropriately by a man on a bike who had been following her. studentstudents we spoke to say they are taking extra precautions. >> you think it's safe because it's a school, but these things just happen anyway. >> here's the description of the suspect. he's described as being 20 to 30 years old wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and black pants. he also has a mustache and is of course riding a bicycle. he was last seen on that bike heading towards the campus village apartments that's near the san jose state campus around 9:30 in the evening. now the students we talked to say they were a little confused about how exactly man on a bike could grope students as he passed by. we've contacted university police a couple times this morning to try and get clarification on these crimes
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and an update on the investigation. we're still waiting to hear back from them. live in san jose allie rasmus ktvu channel 2 news. a story you'll only see on ktvu channel 2. the father of a 14-year-old boy accused of killing his 17-year-old sister is pleading for his son to surrender. family members of mario tolliver junior gathered to pray. they say the shooting was a tragic mistake and they're worried tolliver could get into a deadly confrontation with police unless he turns himself in. >> it don't have nothing to do with no bleached clothes or none of that. it was just kids arguing. >> police say tolliver shot his sister justice thursday at their grandmother's apartment in oakland's chinatown neighborhood. oakland police are offering a $10,000 award for information leading to tolliver's arrest. the tolliver family is raising money to help pay for justice's funeral. a good samaritan has donated
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funds for her plot. three people including two children are recovering this morning after a head-on crash near brentwood. that accident happened yesterday afternoon on a curve on marsh creek road. highway patrol says it appears the driver of a toyota rev4 crossed over a double yellow line and slammed into the lincoln navigator. the 30-year-old woman driving the toyota was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. a boy and girl in the backseat of the lincoln were airlifted to children's hospital in oakland as a precaution. their injuries were said to be minor. san francisco police have killed a dog that belong today a homeless man. that shooting happened yesterday. officers say they were searching vacant apartments when the dog attacked an officer. police say the officer who fired the weapon did not shoot until the dog was right on top of them. some neighbors say the dog was dangerous but others said that he was quite friendly. >> i played with him all the time. otherwise he'll have him on a leash. >> never try to bite my on or nothing. >> police say the dog's owner
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54-year-old tollard aster was squatting at the apartment. they arrested him for trespassing. investigators say the mountain view man who was killed yesterday while boogie boarding along the santa cruz coast had been warned of the danger. we want it to show you the photos taken while rescuers were trying to save zank. lifeguards had warned him to move out of the high tide in rough waters but they say he told them he was fine. later this week, a candlelight vigil and walk will be held for a dublin girl who disappeared 25 years ago. 13-year-old ilene misheloff was last seen walking home from school january 30th, 1989. every year her family and friends hold a walk and prayer service to mark that day. the walk is set to start at 7 p.m. thursday at wells middle school on penn drive. tens of thousands of people against abortion flooded the streets of san francisco yesterday for the tenth annual
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walk for life. the march marked the 41st anniversary of roe v wade, the supreme court decision giving women the right to choose. antiabortion activists weren't the only ones on that street. hundreds of pro also came out to support their beliefs and both sides trying tried to make sure voices were heard. >> they've taken the womb and turned it into a prison for those awaiting execution. >> this is san francisco. this is a liberal place. it makes -- i don't know. it doesn't make sense. >> last year california increased access to abortions by passing a law that allows nurse practitioners to perform an early abortion. california cattle ranchers say the lack of rain is hurting businesses and that could push up the price of meat at the super market. the ranchers say there isn't enough grass for their cattle to eat. they have to spend extra money on hay for their herds. many ranchers say they plan to apply for federal emergency
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loans. this dry winter in california means mosquitoes were out earlier than normal this year. mosquitoes are usually dormant during the winter months but warmer weather and lack of rain are keeping them from resting. sacramento say mosquitoes there have been a problem this winter season. >> essentially it's warm outside so they think, oh, perhaps it's already spring. i should be coming out. they're coming out of their resting stage, they're hungry and very aggressive. >> some mosquito experts say the drought may eventually help with the problem since mosquitoes need standing water to reproduce. time now is 8:36 and we are talking about the need for rain. we just keep talking about it and rosemary is working on a chance for us. >> yes. becoming more likely. it looks like thursday and friday perhaps some wet weather coming our way. until then the dry spell will continue. we are waking up with clouds once again, mid and high level clouds over the bay area. a live look there over the oakland estuary. these clouds are going to thin out once again for your afternoon, and we will be left
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with unseasonably mild weather for the second half of your sunday. we have a system off the southwest coast of monterey. you could even see a few scattered showers here. i've got a still shot of the satellite and radar for you moving into southern california a few sprinkles, but we won't see any of this. we're just getting the wrap around moisture and in the way of those clouds coming our way. if you take a look, a majority of the state under cloud cover at this time. you have to get well north. the north corner in areas like eureka, crescent city or if you're far, for a south. closer to san diego. the rest of us with cloudy conditions at this hour. ridge of high pressure will remain in control today, tomorrow, tuesday, wednesday before it finally will give to the possibility of some wet weather coming our way. 60s and 70s in the forecast for the afternoon. now a look at what we can expect. so as the system moves in, it's going to continue to send clouds our way monday, but monday not a whole lot of change going on. wednesday we could see just a slight cooldown, notice just a
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2-degree increment here, but by friday and closer to thursday, the temperatures really begin to drop off and the increase of that shower chance will be with us as early as thursday. for the morning hours at this hour, i should say, 44 in concord, 44 for walnut creek. 47 degrees in oakland, how about santa rosa, you are 36. and one of the coldest spots, at least on this map here. 53sfo, 48 half-moon bay. if we shift to the inner east bay, a few more numbers, 42 san ramon. pittsburgh at 45 as well as brentwood. 44 lafayette, 53 degrees right now reported in castro valley. for the afternoon upper 60s to 70 degrees. 70 for napa. 6 for sonoma, 68 san rafael, 66 in richmond near record highs can wanted -- expected once again for your afternoon. 96 for tanville, 70 in livermore. brentwood 6. how about the -- san jose 71 in morgan hill.
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fremont, 67 for sunnyvale and for the peninsula this afternoon, 67 redwood city, san mateo, 65 san francisco, low to mid-60s along the coast. the extended forecast here with your bay area weekend always in view, nice weather in the forecast. today going to be the warmest day, just a subtle dropoff as we get into the business week, and then the possibility of that wet weather coming thursday lasting into friday. when you will need that umbrella, i will pinpoint it with the futurecast model coming up. tesla motors will be opening a new showroom in walnut creek in about two to three months on broadway mr. s. the 2,000 square foot showroom will feature two tesla model s electric cars. a spoke person for the company says they chose the location because of the heavy foot traffic it receives. tesla electric cars start at $70,000. california customers can get up to a $10,000 in tax credits. starting today san trans
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will be offering a new connection to the san francisco international airport. the changes to san trans route 140 come after a two-year study on its bus services. they're trying to improve efficiency and reliability doing more of what works and less of what doesn't. the route 140 bus will run every 30 minutes and make connection to the san bruno b.a.r.t. students say textbook costs have risen three times faster than inflation. the college board estimates the students will spend 1200-dollar on textbooks and other supplies this year. a growing number of people in mexico are tired of that country's rampant violence. the precautions these groups are taking to ensure public safety. >> here's a live look at traffic on the east shore freeway. pretty clear in both directions. no major problems to report. we'll of course keep an eye on all the roads for you this morning and let you know if
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there are any backups. 8:40 on the clock, you're watching mornings on 2.
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a mostly cloudy calm start to the morning giving you a live look there over parts of the oakland estuary as well as
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the city of san francisco. san francisco 52 degrees. >> well, it is below freezing in manitoba canada and thousands are without gas or heat after a pipeline carrying natural gas exploded. you are looking at yesterday's explosion which sent flames hundreds of feet into the air and that explosion could be seen for miles. one man says it was minus 20 degrees outside. he could still feel the heat from that explosion a quarter of a mile away. >> the sky lit up as if it was daylight and the roar of a plane. >> it was unreal. it just -- it was so big and it was at least like 300 feet high. it was just huge. it didn't make sense. >> the fire burned for hours and then slowly died down after the gas supply was shut off. the cause is still under investigation. >> a vacaville pastor accused of fire bombing the home of an ex-girlfriend is behind bars this morning. solano county authorities have arrested 39-year-old mark lewis of the fellowship baptist church on suspicion of fraud.
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two and a half weeks ago lewis and three homeless people staying at the church tossed a molotov cocktail at his ex's home. investigators are now accusing him of falsifying deeds with another church's tax and incorporation numbers as collateral. >> using information from a church in riverside california and a tax id number from a larger conglomerate international group of missouri none of which are associated with a local church. >> police have also arrested the pastor's uncle. officers say he's a convicted felon who had a handgun with the serial number removed. students who survived a deadly shooting at nevada school are getting a chance to heal at a special camp in lake tahoe. this weekend's retreat features talks from survivors of the columbine shooting and a school shooting in jonesboro, arkansas. students will also get a chance to take part in outdoor activities. police say 7th grader at sparks middle school shot and killed a math teacher in october before taking his own life. two students were wounded. the city of oakland is
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taking action to stop a spike in car thefts. oakland city leaders including mayor jean quan handed out free clubs to drivers in quintin square park. they lock on to steering wheeling making cars harder to steal. >> traditionally hondas and toyotas they break in because they're easy. especially the 90s type mods and they just use them for transportation and we end up getting them somewhere else. >> a similar give away is planned in east oakland later this year. san francisco police are investigating the discovery of a body found inside a car. the car was discovered on 17 the street in the city's mission district. police from nearby ucsf found the body shortly after noon and the coroner is working to figure out the cause of death. oakland police asking for the public's help to find a felon they believe is armed. officers have released a photo of 25-year-old darriel coleman wanted on a $25,000 warrant.
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he's 5-foot 7, 170 pounds and is known to frequent oakland. vigilante groups have taken over eight towns in southern mexico in an attempt to protect people from drug cartels. about 500 armed men have spread out. this weekend all in order to set up check points along the mexico al coo pull coe highway. they believe the mexican government has failed to provide adequate protection for its people. the state has been plagued by a rash of violent crimes including killings, kidnappings and extortion. border patrol agents make a huge discovery at a check point in san diego county. they found 670 pounds of cocaine in a car stopped at the check point on interstate 5 in san clemente. agents say the cocaine has a street value of more than $6 million. it is a massive seizure for border patrol. san diego border patrol uncovered 820 pounds of cocaine in all of 2013.
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a lack of doctors in some parts of the nation has physicians and lawmakers worried. as the baby boomer generation becomes older and the new affordable care act brings health insurance to more people, more doctors could be needed to help with the increase inpatients. observers say there are economic reasons that create so- called doctor deserts. >> you have malpractice insurance for instance. that's a problem. a lot of doctors will say okay, i'm going to go to the hospital to pay and the hospital will pay for that. so many times a doctor out in that rural area is going to have to pay for his own malpractice. >> in illinois, there is talk of paying off all or part of educational loans if doctors practice in remote areas. the arizona republican party has formally censored john mccain for not being conservative enough. state republicans have accused him of having a liberal voting record that includes support for immigration reform. analysts say the measure is symbolic and mostly an effort to embarrass mccane who's considering running for a sixth term in the u.s. senate. pope francis is asking
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women to take on more expanded roles in the catholic church. yesterday he spoke in front of an italian women's group at the vat began. in his speech he expressed praise in talent and unused potential but despite the attempts at making the catholic church more welcoming to women they're still banned from becoming priests. new jersey police are trying to fine the people responsible for beheading religious statues at catholic churches. thursday police began investigating the reports from st. st. francis of assisi and say credit heart. some of the members of the church say they are taking the attacks personally. >> this was not just someone randomly in a drunken spree decided to be a wise guy. this was something that someone decided they wanted to make some kind of statement and what that statement is is kind of weird and ugly. >> the parishes say they intend to rebuild those statues and pray for the vandals
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responsible. florida radio station is banning justin bieber songs after the singer was arrested for drag racing, dui and resists arrest. some parents say they support the decision and don't want to hear his music again until he agrees to go to rehab. the singer was arrested thursday in miami beach after admitting to drinking, smoking marijuana and using prescription drugs. >> we are no better than the parents supplying prescription drugs or being there when he's drinking booze if we're playing his music and enabling him. >> a canadian radio station has also decided to ban bieber's music and he's been banned from miami heat home games. tmz reports bieber is now in panama and has been spotted drinking since his arrest. a race car driver gets the scare of his life. we have an update this morning on the condition of the pro race car driver seriously injured in this horrific crash. the new operation doctors are scheduled to help him return back to the track. >> near record warmth remains in the forecast for your sunday
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afternoon. mostly cloudy, cool this morning. we'll have a look at your numbers for today and in the extended forecast. finally the possibility of some rain. i'll show you that coming up. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso.
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oh, my gosh! >> you saw it happen. race car driver from nevada hospitalized after that horrifying crash at a 24 hour race in daytona florida.
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knee mall gidley was in a corvette when he rammed that other car that lost power. the sun may have temporarily blinded him. he and the other driver were awake and communicating when they were being pulled from the wreckage so that's good news and this morning we've learned gidley did suffer a broken back and does need surgery. doctors already operated on his arm and leg yesterday. >> the oakland coliseum underwent a remodel this weekend and was set up for the ama super cross race. no major crashes but one of the favorites had his chances end. justin barsha one of the moguls and there he goes lost control. it is his second win of the season and his second straight in oakland. thousands of people packed dodger stadium last night for the first ever outdoor game between two hockey teams on the west coast. an ice rink was set up.
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first period jonathan quick saving it right there but corey perry jams it home. pull ahead 1-0. third period, 2- 0, mike richards having a hard time adjusting to the hockey outdoors. ducks would go on to win 3-0. the sharks are hoping to bring outdoor hockey to the bay area. according to sharks chief operating officer, he has pitched the idea to the nhl commissioner and was told the league was very interested in adding the sharks host of future game. two things needed to happen. first last night's game in l. a. had to be successful from a weather standpoint and the league has to decide whether or not to continue with the stadium series next year. a former little league coach who made national headlines for suing one of his 14-year-old players is offering to drop that lawsuit. allen beck filed that lawsuit back in november claiming he'd been injured by the player. beck says his achilles' tendon was partially torn when he was hit by a batting helmet the player had thrown. beck says he's willing to drop
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that $500,000 lawsuit if the player and his family apologizes. the family's attorney says an apology is unlikely because the family believes their son did nothing wrong. the 9:00 hour is knocking on the door and rosemary is here to open it with a beautiful forecast hopefully. >> good morning to you. mostly cloudy, cool right now but our temperatures will begin to turn around in the next hour or so. and -rt if afternoon near record warmth once again. we do have changes coming our way. i want to point out just a weak system here on the southwest area of monterey. this is going to continue to move south and east, so it's not going to bring us any rain, but it is bringing us that cloud cover that you see overhead because around that system, the counter clockwise motion bringing in those clouds from the south. as we get into monday, the system here is going to be the next system that brings in the possibility of a few scattered showers, not going to get us. we are going to remain dry. you can see the north corner of california, perhaps washington, oregon picking up some rain on monday. we rin re main high and dry
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through wednesday with an increase in clouds wednesday night and as early as thursday morning. it is a change from earlier this morning. the models do update every hour. this is showing us the possibility that maybe a few scattered showers as we get out the door and on that morning drive for thursday. we remain wet on thursday with the possibility of scattered showers lingering into friday. now we do have a few days. the models are going to change up a little bit. but this is looking a little bit more promising at the possibility finally some wet weather coming our way and snow for the sierra. 40 degrees in santa rosa, 53 in san francisco. quite a difference for you. 51 in oakland and 46 in concord. as we get into the afternoon back into the upper 60s to near 70 degrees. these clouds will begin to thin out and clear out for the second half of your day. 52 in san jose. the extended forecast with your bay area weekend always in view showing you we will continue to see unseasonably mild weather in the forecast although just a gradual cooling trend monday, tuesday, into wednesday. a bigger drop will come with that possibility of rain on
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thursday. upper 50s, low 60s in the forecast for the afternoon with all those clouds in place, temperatures may actually with a little warmer during the overnight hours. back to the desk. although the chinese new year is still five days away, some celebrations have already begun in san francisco. line dancers flighted crowds at the annual chinese new year's flower fair. the two-day event wraps up today in the area of grant and pacific avenues in chinatown. under the chinese zodiac it's the year of the horse. >> the latest and greatest for those who love being on the water is on display this weekend at the san francisco boat show. now in addition to all the newest gadgets and all electric speedboat named the k o', na17 is making its world debut at this event. builders say the 0 emission water craft can hit speeds of up to 27 miles per hour. the event ends at mccover have you cove and pier 48. a young man is in jail
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charged with possession of a weapon of mass destruction. >> he'd be in jail facing criminal charges for weapons of mass destruction. >> the suspect's connection to the bay area, the discovery that was made during a drug related investigation. >> plus a twist in the next america's cup, the cities that are competing with san francisco to host the world famous race in 2017.
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a 19-year-old arrested on charges of building a bomb this his pennsylvania apartment. his tie to the bay area, we just confirmed minutes ago. a warning for students at san jose state. we'll tell you abouts investigation into two cases of sexual battery on campus. and check your bank accounts, rt arts and crafts company, the latest victim of a major security breach. mornings on 2 continues. complete bay area news coverage continues. this is ktvu mornings on 2. and good morning. welcome to mornings on 2. it's sunday january 26th. i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm mike mibach. it's not a spare the air day. in fact, today may be cooler than saturday. here's rosemary with a quick check of the day's forecast.
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>> good morning to you. broke several records yesterday. made it close today. i'll have a lineup coming up. dealing with plenty of high cloud cover this morning. temperatures are cooler, slipping back into the 30s in in inland locations. for most of us, i'll have a tour of what you can expect for the second half of your day and into next week, wet cooler weather on the horizon. i'll have a look at the future cast model. i'll line up your temperatures for you today coming up. well, a warning has been sent out to students at san jose state university following two reports of sexual battery. allie rasmus is live on campus to tell us more about the investigation. >> reporter: san jose state police are investigating two cases of sexual batly that happened on campus -- battery that happened on campus. both happened yesterday evening. the first happened close to where we are, near the student event center in the center of campus more or less and to give you perspective of where that is, it's in the middle of campus and a half block away
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from university police headquarters. , now around 7 last night was when it it happened. a female student reported to police a man on her bike followed her near the event center. road up from behind and touched her inappropriately. about 2 1/2 hours later, the man apparently struck again. a student walking near the hoover hall dorm and 8th 8th street told police she was also groped by a man on a bike who had been following her. these two women were not injured. police are investigating these crimes. students we talked to this morning say they received e- mail and text alerts about the two incidents and the students we talked to say they were confused about how exactly a man on a bike can grope the women as he road by. about 10 minutes ago i had a chance to speak to the university police agent about this case, and he said even though it seems unusual, this man is groping students as he rides by on his bike. >> if it was a joke, that's not a joke because one knows who you are. you're really old, and you're not like, you're no one's
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friend, you know. you don't do that to someone you don't know. >> reporter: here's a description of the suspect. he's described as being 20 to 30 years old, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and black pants. he has a mustache and is riding a bicycle. he was last seen on the bike headed toward the campus village apartments around 9:30 last night. university police are advising students to avoid walking alone at night, and to call them if they notice anything suspicious. anyone who may have seen this man or have information, is told to give university police a call. live at san jose state, allie rasmus ktvu channel 2 news. police in san jose are investigating an early morning homicide. it happened shortly after 1:00 on sun crest avenue in east san jose. they found a man who had been stabbed once. he later died at the hospital. no arrests have been married. we are learning about a 19- year-old college student charged with building a bomb in his apartment. federal investigators say it was potentially a weapon of
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mass destruction. the principal at carlmont high school in belmont has confirmed with ktvu just 30 minutes agatha 19-year-old suspect vladislav miftakhov graduated from carlmont last year. his facebook account lists san carlos as his hometown. as ben manning reports, husband neighbors in pais say he had been acting strangely right before his arrest. >> reporter: police arrested a 19-year-old russian man they say was making a bomb in this apartment building. >> i never thought he would take it to extremes like this, that he would be in jail facing criminal charges for weapons of mass destruction. >> reporter: andrew lives in the same apartment building as the bomb suspect, vladislav miftakhov. >> he's just like always doing like abstract things, never really anything dangerous like this before. >> reporter: he was shocked when he saw police officers outside his apartment. >> he'll just come over to my side of the apartment, take food out of the kitchen without us giving him permission, just will say something bizarre
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stuff, really. >> reporter: altoona police and the bomb snuffing dog with the blare county sheriff's office searched their apartments saturday. they told the people living there they were safe to stay in their apartment. >> it's surprising. this block, we all look out for each other. we all know each other very well. we take care of each other. >> reporter: chelsea garcia lives across the street. >> i remember getting his package here and returning it to him. that was a couple months ago. >> reporter: you wondering what was in the package now? >> a little bit. >> he's in the blare county prison on $500,000 bail. he's facing charges of possessing a weapon of mass destruction. >> i hope for the best of him, and hope i never see him again. because he's a dangerous kid. >> that was ben manning reporting, vladislav miftakhov is expected to appear in court again on february 5th. new this morning, we are learning about a deadly mall shooting in maryland. police say the gunman was 19 from college park maryland. he was dropped off in a taxi about an hour before yesterday's shooting at the
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columbia mall near baltimore. but they still don't have a motive. >> we dedicate ourselves to, you know, making the world a better place. do something nice for someone. we're better than this, and we have an incredibly strong resilient wonderful community. >> three people including the gunman were killed. police have not said what relationship the shooter had with the two victims who worked at a skate shop in the mall. michael's arts and crafts is the latest to be targeted by hackers. in a letter, the ceo says the possible breach is being investigated but urges customers in the meantime to check financial statements for fraudulent charges. some tech analysts are saying the incident could be similar to a security breach at target over the holidays. >> that data was being collected with one of these tools the bad guys are using to collect the data and reselling the day to to people who take over your identity, make falls charges, et cetera. >> it's not clear how many
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people might be affected or how far back the potential hacking goes. there are 20 michael's stores here in the bay area. starting out with a live view into san francisco, you can see caesar tower there. you can see a combination of clouds and blue sky. we'll have some clearing into the afternoon and we'll be left with just a few high clouds. just like yesterday. started out with the overcast conditions and a beautiful afternoon in store for you. look here at storm tracker two. water vapor makes it a little bit easier to identify the systems we're tracking out here in the pacific. horse one. and that's where the clouds are coming from. they are moving in from the south. this system is going to continue a southeasterly direction. so it's not going to bring us any rain, and in fact, the clouds, again, will be clearing out as we get into the second half of the day. we have a second system back here. this is actually going to bring some rain into areas like washington, oregon, perhaps the north corner of california by
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tomorrow. we may get some high clouds out of this, but the ridge of high pressure is going to remain strong for the next few days. so as we get into your monday, tuesday, even wednesday, no rain in the forecast. although you can see plenty going on out in the pacific. by thursday, we do have changes coming our way. finally, the possibility of a major pattern shift and we are looking at rain coming for thursday, and perhaps lasting into friday. and this pattern may stick around for your weekend. so we're tracking those changes and we are excited about those changes of course. right now, outside our door, 40 degrees in santa rosa, beginning to rebound here, santa rosa dipped into the 30s earlier this morning. 54 in san francisco. 46 in concord, low 50s in san jose, so around the bay, a comfortable start inland still a little chilly. we're now beginning to see those numbers turn around. here's a look at some of the records we have in place for your afternoon today, and you can see we get awfully close. san rafael may actually break our record. sfo may tie and some of us may come within a degree of two of
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tieing or r breaking a record, so yesterday we had several records broken. made it the 13th consecutive day of a records for the bay area. for the afternoon today, anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees above the average once again. 69 for that valley to. 68 -- novato. to the east bay, along the shoreline, alameda, 66. inland, 69 for danville. 70 for livermore. 69 for los gatos. 68 in san jose. 68 for cupertino. upper 60s menlo park, mountain view. palo alto. mid-60s san francisco. low to mid-60s along the coast, partly cloudy skies. extended forecast here with the bay area weekend always in view. showing you we will be unseasonably mild as we get through your sunday. should feel quite pleasant, once again for the afternoon. monday, tuesday, wednesday, just a vague, gradual, subtle,
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albeit cool down, finally coming on wednesday, and again a chance for showers on thursday. the models have updated. i will show you the latest on the future cast model for the rain coming up. san francisco's bid to host another america's cup could be running into some rough waters. the ceo of teen usa says officials are talking about venues about hosting the 35th 35th top team, and potential sites including hawaii and san diego. officials say san francisco is not offered the same terms as it did for last summer's races. the oracle team emphasized it's far from making a decision. a memorial service is held this afternoon by a south bay teenage hit and killed by a train. remembering gash see, what may have led to the accident. some scientists are concerned this dry spell could be the start of something much bigger. let's take you outside. there's a live look at the span. that's a nice shot. you can see traffic moving just
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fine as people are heading in and out of san francisco from the east bay. no major problems to report on the roadways this morning. things are looking just fine. you're watching mornings on 2.
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partly sunny start to the morning. around the bay area, giving you
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live look there over the bay. temperatures around the area range from the low 40s to low 50s. a memorial service is going to be held today in san jose for a 14-year-old girl who was hit and killed by a vta light rail train. danica garcia was hit on january 17th while riding her bike to delmar high school where she was a freshman. friends say she may have been rushing to school to be on time for a singing performance. the memorial starts at 2 on lincoln avenue. the funeral will be tomorrow morning. we're finding more about the teacher arrested on suspicion to bringing marijuana to an employee pot luck. 47-year-old theresa badger has been a teacher for 20 years. a few weeks ago she was awarded teacher of the month by the rotary club. back in 2012, elks club, vallejo honored her as typier of the year. several coworkers got sick after eating food laced with marijuana that she brought to
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an off campus party in november. >> i hope it's not true. from all i've heard it's probably not true. >> you can't rush to judgment, and you know, especially when someone's a teacher, they have been respected for so long, you don't want to rush. >> badger is a first grade teacher at matthew turner elementary school. she has been placed on administrative leave during the investigation. police say she is now out on bail. and new reports of the b.a.r.t. police officer who accidentally shot a b.a.r.t. detective entases, mistook him for an armed suspect. michael hayes made a split second misjudgment when he shot sergeant tom smith. that's according to the san francisco chronicle. the shooting happened during a probation search. the apartment's unusual lay out and the two entrances to the bathroom were factors to the shooting. 281 people aboard a cruise are experiencing symptoms of the flu. many of the passengers are reporting vomiting and diarrhea. health officials plan on boarding that ship today.
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while it's docked in the u.s. vir begin island. s 42 people aboard the ship. scientists are concerned that california's current dry spell could be what's called a megadrought. they last for two decades or longer. scientists say mega-droughts in the middle ages sometimes lasted more than 200 years. they say that historically, the last century was a wet one. the longest droughts of the 20 20th century happened from 1987 to 92 and from 1928 to 1934. these photos from space show just how dry it's been. mount shasta was covered in snow in november and two months later, most of the snow is gone. scientists say it covered normally peeked by april 1st. they have been closed most of the month because of the lack of snow. and the warm weather is causing allergy season to get an early start. typically pollen production is most noticeable in the spring. with temperatures in the mid-
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70s, tree pollens are already showing up in high r -- higher quantities but allergy relief could be coming soon. a weather system is moving into the area that could bring us some rain. had. new numbers show marin county had the second highest rate of whooping cough cases last year. a report released by the state department of public health says there were 173 cases in the county back in 2013. the highest rate was in nevada county. a report says california as a whole saw an increase in whooping cough cases among children last year. directors of a state stem cell agency are scheduled to meet in berkeley on wednesday. they're discussing plans for a $40 million stem cell center that could make the state a world leader in the field. biotech centers in the bay area and san diego are competing for the funds. scientists hope the research will one day lead to the cutting edge medical treatments that are they are -- tailerred
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to each patient's genetic makeup. they are expected to call for increase in security at the border and for offering legal status but not a pass to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. white house aides say president obama will present a modest agenda in the upcoming state of the union address. analysts say it's difficult to push through a series of new initiatives when last year's state of the union proposal such as tighter gun control laws never material laws materialized. the president is also going to ask for a higher minimum wage and in addition, he will seek more spending for infrastructure and education. starting today, it will cost you more to mail letters and postcards. the price of a first class stamp has gone up 3 stamps to 49-cents. that is the biggest hike in ten years. postcard rates will rise to 34- cents, a penny more.
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the rates are necessary to keep delivering mail six days a week and keep underused post offices open. we're one week away from the super bowl, and players will head to new jersey to play the big game. fans are expected to travel to the airports in both cities to send off the teams scheduled to arrive in new ark this afternoon. ticket are on sale online, and start at around $1500. security is expected to be tight at this year's game. excited broncos fans rallied in the park yesterday to show support for their team as they head to the super bowl. fans had a chance to meet with some of the broncos cheer leaders and miles the mascot got involved as well. football fans in seattle are gearing up to watch the seahawks, they have a celebration with a special guest. there's tama, that is the seahawks own real life has cost. and she swoops over -- mascot, she swoops over the field before every game. if you don't get to go to the
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super bowl to see it in person, you can watch it right here on ktvu. that game is sunday, fen 2nd, kick off at 3:25. a man in canada setting world records as a master swimmer. >> i'll be the only one that will have a world record at 105. >> the motivation that drives this man to keep on swimming. mostly sunny and mild for your afternoon. this morning, mostly cloudy and cool. i'll have the weather time line for your sunday and the extended forecast, i'm tracking rain. i'll have more on that coming up. weights.
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four hours on the slopes. and two hours doing this stuff. which leaves me approximately two minutes to get my banking done. so i use the citi mobile app to quickly check my accounts and pay my bills. which leaves me about five seconds to kick back. that was nice. bank from almost anywhere with the citi mobile app. citi, with you every step of the way. later tonight, some of musics greatest performers will be coming together for the 56 56th annual grammy awards show. billy joe armstrong will be performing and katy perry and taylor swift. ll cool j will host the event and some of this year's top nominees, include jay-z and justin timberlake. and the recording academy
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hosting the annual pregrammy gala. it took place in beverly hills. the most renowned artists and top industry leaders in music, and film and television were in attendance and many guests couldn't help but remember the stars who inspired them to pursue music. >> my number one singing idol is jackie wilson. and then there was sam cook and ray charles. >> bob dillon opened the door for all of us and the beatles. >> the event also featured performances from jennifer hudson and miley cyrus, but it wasn't until robin thicke performed blurred lines that the crowd really got to their feet. >> are you watching? >> i watched some of it, but not all of it. >> i don't know if catch it. >> you should mention, dens den -- dennis in hawaii watching us on live stream. he said give a shout out, and i
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said get me a ticket. >> pretty nice weather in hawaii. let's check with rosemary on the weather in the bay area. good morning to you. another quiet day around the bay area. we will remain dry and mild. i want to get to future cast model. it will show us a couple of things, number, one, love it, of course because it gives an hour by hour account of when the rain is going to arrive in our area. it helps to pick out a few systems, we have wind here that is actually sending those clouds our way this morning. that's not going to bring us anything more than that. but take a look at this system here. watch as i put it into motion. it's going to move in on monday and bring the north corner of california some rain. it looks like washington as well as oregon picking up rain and snow out of this. and then it moves through. we don't get any of it. by thursday we do. take a look at that. first on the of some decent rain coming to the bay -- possibility of some decent rain coming to the bay area. you can bet on some slick roadway there. the sierra is going to pick up
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a little bit of moisture, a little bit of rain and snow as well. by friday, it looks like we are said and done. the earlier models have the rain moving through on friday as well. we have a few days to fine tune this. but just keep in mind that we have changes coming and you will need that umbrella. outside our door at this hour, temperatures in the low 40s for the inland communities. 40s and 50s around the bay. clouds are going to thin out and we'll be left with mostly sunny skies for the afternoon. 70 degrees for fairfield. 67 nava halo. 67 in hayward. 65 san francisco. shaving off a degree or two in some areas and starting out cooler this morning, for some, especially like santa rosa and for the afternoon you could be a few degrees cooler than yesterday afternoon. the extended forecast shows very little change for the first part of the week, and bigger change coming by thursday, in addition to wet weather, temperatures will be on the cool side. upper 50s, low 60s in the forecast, for the afternoon. kind of right where we should be. back to the desk! . looking forward to it.
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thanks roads mary. 104 yield man in canada set two new records as a master swimmer. timerman is the oldest swimmer. he started pet ittive at the age of 79 -- competitive swimming at the age of 79. he had four records for the 104 bracket. since he turns 105 next month, a new age bracket had to be accommodated for him. he swim twice a week to change. >> it's a challenge. that's what it is, so that's why i swim. it's a challenge. >> now, timerman says his doctors have told him to stop swimming. he's torn ligament the in his shoulder, but timerman says he's not too worried. he has altered his stroke so he can keep on swimming. time now 9:27. there's a campus wide warning today at san jose state university. the new concerns over student's safety and a pair of attacks that caused that school to issue an alert. and a coach showing one of
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his little league players for $500,000. what the coach said the boy and his family can do to avoid going to court.
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sexual battery. allie rasmus is live for us this morning there on campus, and tells us a warning has been sent out to students there. >> reporter: that's right. students got that warning by e- mail and text alert from university police describing the two cases of sexual battery they are investigating. i talked to a sergeant with university police about 30 minutes ago, and he says even though the circumstances around these cases are unusual, he says quite simply this is a case of a man on a bike riding around on campus and groping female students as he passes by. the first incident happened yesterday evening around 7:00 near the events center on campus. a female student reported to police and a man on a bike followed her for a bit, and road up from behind and touched her inappropriately. about 2 1/2 hours later, around 9:30, the man struck again. a student walking near the hoover hall dorm and 8th 8th street told police she was touched inappropriately by a man on a bike who had been following her. students we spoke to this morning say they are taking extra precautions and some are
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going to try to i a void walking around campus at night. >> it's kind of scary because sometimes you stay here later around nine or so to study and whatnot. and it's kind of creepy because it's nighttime and you don't know what's going to happen. >> reporter: now,horse a description of the suspect. he's described as 20 to 30 years old, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and black pants. he has a mustache and is riding his bicycle. he was last seen on the bike heading toward the campus village apartments near the san jose state campus around 9:30 last night. anyone who may have seen this manner or anyone who may have information on these crimes is asked to give university police a call. live at san jose state. allie rasmus ktvu channel 2 news. a building at san francisco state university will be closed for safety reasons tomorrow. and beyond. asbestos, mercury and lead were found during a routine inspection. classes that are usually held in that building will be
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relocated. the building will stay closed for the entire spring semester. the father of 14-year-old boy accused of killing his 17- year-old sister is pleading for his son to turn himself in. it's a story you'll only see on ktvu channel 2 news. family members of toliver junior says they're worried the shooting was a tragic mistake and they're worried he could get into an confrontation with police if he doesn't turn himself in. >> it didn't have nothinged to with clothes, it was just kids arguing. >> police say toliver shot his sister thursday at their grandmother's apartment which is located in oakland's china town neighborhood. police are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to toliver's arrest. the toliver family is raising money to help pay for justice's funeral. a good samaritan has donated funds for funds plot. go to our web site, ktvu.com and click on top stories. three people are recovering
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after a head on crash near brent wood. the wreck happened yesterday on a curve on marsh creek road. it appears the driver of a toyota rav4 crossed over the double yellow line and slammed into a lincoln navigator. the 30-year-old woman was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. a boy and girl in the back of the lincoln were air lifted to a hospital in oakland as a precaution, but their injuries at last check are said to be minor. investigators say the mountain view man who was killed while boogie boarded along the santa cruz coast had been warned of the danger. those are the rescuers as they tried to save james zank. he was critically injured when the waves sent him crashing into the santa cruz lighthouse. they warned to move out of the high tide and the rough waters, but they say he told them that he was fine. the former little league coach who made national headlines for suing a 14-year- old player is offering to drop
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the lawsuit. alan beck filed the lawsuit claiming he had been injured by the player. his tendon was torn. and now he says he's willing to drop the half million dollar lawsuit if the player and his family apologize to him. oakland police are asking for the public's help to find a felon they believe is harm f. coleman is described as 5-foot 7, 170 pounds and he's nonto frequent north oakland. in an area near san pablo avenue and 53rd street near emeryville. san francisco police killed a dog belonging to a homeless man. they were searching vacant apartments when the dog attacked an officer. police say the officer who fired the weapon didn't shoot until the dog was right on top of him. some neighbors say the dog was dangerous. others say he was friendly.
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>> i played with him all the time. that's why otherwise they have him on a leash. so. >> he never tried to bite my son or nothing. >> police say the dog's owner was squatting at the apartments and they did arrest him for trespassing. another search is scheduled to get under way for victims of a fire in a nursing home. 10 people died and 20 more are missing and presumed dead. de-icing equipment has been brought in to help break up two feet of ice covering that fire scene. >> the method that we're using now with regard to melting the ice is we're using steam. the steam is being used for us to be able to advance on the scene with being able to preserve the integrity of potential victims. >> the cause of the fire is under investigation and investigators say only some of the rooms in the senior center had working sprinklers. tens of thousands of people against abortion flooded the streets of san francisco yesterday for the 10th annual
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walk for life. the march marks the 41st anniversary of row v wade, the supreme court decision giving women the right to choose. but anti-abortion activists weren't the only ones on the street. pro-choice activists support their beliefs. both sides made sure their voices were heard. >> take it and turn it into prison for those awaiting execution. >> this is san francisco, this is a liberal place. it doesn't make sense. >> last year, california increased access to abortions by passing a law that allows nurse practitioners to perform an early type of abortion: cattle rachers say the lack of rain is hurting businesses and that could push up the price of meat at the super market. there is not enough grass for the cattle to eat, so they have to spend money on hay for the herds. they plan to apply for federal
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emergency loans. this dry winter in california means mosquitoes are out earlier than normal. they are usually dormant during the winter months. the warm weather and lack of rain are keeping them from resting. that should control officials in sacramento say the mosquitoes have been a problem this winter season. >> essentially, it's warm outside, so they think, perhaps it's already spring. i should be coming out, and they're coming out of their resting stage. they're hungry and aggressive. >> and so mosquito experts say it may help with the problem since mosquitoes need standing water it to reproduce. we have some sunlight outside our doors, and most of us, waking up with partly sunny skies. mid and high level clouds overhead. these clouds are coming in from the south, where a system off the southwest coast tomont repairs bringing even -- monterey, bringing scattered showers into southern california. we'll continue with the clouds this morning, they'll begun to
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thin out and we'll be left with mostly sunny skies for the afternoon. ridge of high pressure remaining in control of our weather pattern for the next few days, take a look, there's a system on the backside here, that will l actually move in on monday, and bring perhaps a few scattered showers to northern california, washington, oregon, but we will remain high and dry as this ridge of high pressure over the bay area deflects any rain from our area. we'll get an opportunity. i'll show you in the extended forecast. for today, high clouds, temperatures back into the 60s. a few low 70s. we broke record yesterday. we could get close again for today. tomorrow, we'll be along and shake out the numbers for the second half coming up later this afternoon and into the evening hours at ktvu. we have dry weather for the next few days and notice over the next few days, temperatures just a gradual, gradual, subtle cool down, it's a 2-degree increment, from monday tuesday. >> so you may not notice. thursday into friday, a bigger drop in temperatures. upper 50s and low 60s in the forecast, and thursday and
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friday, and the possibility of showers coming our way. it's beginning to look a little more promising, even though we are a few days out, still. we may actually get a good shot at rain and sierra snow. 44 degrees in napa right now. 47 in fairfield. 50 degrees in antioch. some of the north bay locations and our inner east bay started out, chilly, cooler than yesterday. beginning to turn around. 40 degrees for santa rosa, 46 for novato. 47 in livermore. redwood city, mountain view, 57 in half-moon bay, which is quite a difference from a little bit earlier this morning. a few more temperatures along the peninsula. pal low al to e -- palo alto 50 degrees. inner east bay. 47 for san ramon. ha outside your door in pittsburg. lafayette, 47 and we are looking at upper 40s for many areas of the inland east bay. for the afternoon today, mostly sunny skies, 70 degrees for
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santa rosa. 68 nor sonoma. 68 in san rafael. if we get to 68 in san rafael, we'll break a record. alameda, 67. castro valley. upper 60s to near 70. danville stretching into the pleasanton for the livermore valley, going to be a mild one. 68 san jose. 69 for los gatos. who's been to santa cruz lately, nice and mild there. 67 in redwood city. 63 san bruno. low to mid-60s along pacifica. half-moon bay, daily city, bay area weekend always in view. we will remain dry. including clouds -- increasing clouds coming our way wednesday evening and by thursday morning, it looks like in time for the morning drive, we could have wet roadways and this wet weather is going to last through thursday, possibly even into friday and in addition to that, you'll need the winter jacket perhaps. we're talking upper 50s, low 60s for the afternoon with the wet conditions can. back to the desk. tesla motors will be
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opening a showroom in walnut creek. it's going to open in two to three months in broadway plaza. that 2000 square foot showroom is going to feature two tesla model s electric cars. a spokesperson says the company chose that location because there's heavy foot traffic. tesla electric cars start at $70,000. customers can get up to $10,000 in tax credits. starting today, sam trance is going to be offering a new connection to the san francisco international airport. route 140 come after a 2 year study on the bus services. transit company say it's try to improving efficient i efficiency, and doing more -- improve efficiency, and doing more of what works and less of what doesn't work: no more justin bieber, why a radio station is refusing to plaices had music. and the excitement around an nba all star right here in
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the bay area. and a live look outside. that's 80 in the east shore, in the east bay, we are getting a report from chp of a brush fire, right hand shoulder, eastbound 80 webb of ashby, although the cars look like they're moving smoothly in both directions. on this sunday morning, time 9:4267894 -- 9:42. you're watching mornings on 2.
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charges of make ago bomb in his apartment has ties to the bay area. vladislav miftakhov graduated from carlmont high school in belmont last year. his facebook page lists san carlos as his hometown. san jose state police are investigating two cases of sexual battery. both incidents happened last night. police say a man road his bicycle behind the victims and touched them inappropriately. none of the victims were injured. we are learning more about a deadly shooting at a mall in columbia maryland this morning. the gunman is 19 and from maryland. it is still unclear whether he knew the two employees of the skate shop who were killed in the shooting. the gunman also died in that shooting. a vacaville pastor who's accused of fire bombing a home of an ex-girlfriend is back behind bars. authorities have arrested mark lewis of the fellowship baptist church. 2 1/2 weeks ago, lewis and three homeless people put off a molotov cocktail at his ex's
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home, and he posted a half million dollars bail. and he's accused of faults few with another church's tax information as collateral. >> a tax id number from a larger conglomerate international group out of missouri, none of which are associated with the local church. >> police have arrested the pastor's uncle, officers say he's a convicted felony who had a handgun with a serial number removed: police are investigating a body inside a car. in the city's mission district. police from a nearby ucsf center found the body shortly after noon. the coroner is working to determine the cause of death. and the city of oakland is taking action to stop a spike in car thefts. oakland city leaders, handed out free clubs to drivers at clinton square park. those devices lock onto steering wheels to make the cars harder to steal. >> traditionally, honda's and
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toyotas, they break in, because they're easy, especially the 90s type models and they use them for transportation and we end up getting them somewhere else. >> a similar get away is planned in, or give away rather is planned in east oakland later this year. vigilante groups have taken over a town in southern mexico in an attempt to protect people from drug cartels. 500 armed men have spread out in order to set up check points along the mexico, acapulco highway. they believe the mexican government has failed to provide adequate protection for its people. the state has been plagued by a rash of violent crimes including killings, kidnaps and extortions. a car stopped at the check point on interstate five, they found cocaine. it has a street value of more than $6 million. it is a massive seizure for the border patrol. the san diego border patrol
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recovered 828 pounds of cocaine in all of last year. a texas hospital has just announced that it will comply with the judge's ruling to remove a brain dead pregnant woman from life support. the hospital has until tomorrow to carry out the family's wishes. hospital officials have been fighting to keep the woman on life support saying they were forced to comply with the texas law that stated life saving medical treatment could not be denied to a pregnant woman. a judge ruled that the law doesn't apply in this case because the woman has been brain dead and suffering a blood clot in november. pope francis is asking women to take onyx up and downed roles in the catholic church. he spoke in front of an italian women's church. he expressed praise in female talent and unused potential. but despite the pope's intents, beginning the catholic church more welcoming to women, they are banned from becoming priests. new jersey police are trying to find the people responsible for beheading religious statutes at catholic churches. on thursday, police began
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investigating the reports from st. francis of assisi and sacred heart. they're claiming that nearly a dozen statutes have been smashed and in several cases, decapitated. some members of the churches say they are taking the attacks personally. >> it was not just someone randomly in a drunk spree decided to be a wise guy. this was something that someone decided they wanted to make some kind of statement, and what that statement is kind of weird and ugly. >> the parishers say they intend to rebuild the statute and pray for the vandals responsible. florida radio station is banning justin bieber songs after the sing was arrested for drag racing, dui and some parents agree with the decision, they don't want to hear the music until he goes to rehab. he admitted to drinking, smoking marijuana and using prescription drugs. >> we're no better than the
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parents prescribing prescription drugs or being there when he's drinking booze if we're playing his music and enabling him. >> a canadian radio station has decided to ban bieber music, and tmz reports he is now in panama and has been spotted drinking since his arrest: since the first time since latrel, as fred inglis reports, jeff curry has a little different tenure. >> curry with three, married off the feet. and scores. with 1.5 on the clock. >> he's the face of a young exciting basketball team. and more than one million fans voted to make the human torch, steph curry, the starting guard for the west in next month's nba all star game. >> and he's been incredible
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player, incredible example, incredible leader, to win for the good guys. he deserves this. he's a better person than basketball player. >> talking about a guy that plays the game the right way, doesn't cheat the game. takes care of his body, eats right. >> the only player that got more votes was kevin durant, the same guy who calls curry, the best shooter in the league. >> to have your peers and to have legends that know the game of basketball and seeing so many guys come through the ranks and play, to say good things about you and your team, things are moving in the right direction. >> reporter: what makes him an all star. >> he brings it every day. he can almost write his stats in the book, you know what he's going to give at the game. >> reporter: last year curry set the nba single season record by making 272 3 pointers. his shooting percentage is down this season, but he's averaging a career high, point, assist and rebound. steph knows there's still work
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to be done. >> by role is to just make the right decisions every possession. i feel like i'm going to continue to get better at it obviously, talking about turnovers and all that kind of stuff, i have to continue to just play the game and not be careless with the ball and be aggressive, and good things will happen. >> reporter: curry's reputation as a gentleman on and off the court seems so refreshing and you wonder if anything bothers this guy. >> he hates being called steve more than losing, that's probably the biggest thing. >> reporter: barring anymore serious injuries, all star, steph yan curry should be a household name for years to come. >> yes, don't call him steven. all right, a local race car driver gets a scare of his life. we have an update on the condition of the pro race car driver seriously injured in a horrific crash. the new operation doctors have scheduled to try to get him back to the track. sunday's shaping up to be
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another nice day. i'll have a time line for your sunday and in the extended forecast, the possibility of rain when you may need that umbrella. coming up. okay. let's train like it's race day. what's up ted? i think i forgot to pay a bill. yep, paid that one.
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. a race car driver from novato is hospitalized after a horrifying crash after a 24 hour race in daytona florida. >> oh, and a problem. oh, my gosh. >> oh no. >> there you see it. gidley was in the corvette and ran into the car that lost power. the sun may have temporary blinded him. he and the other driver were awake and communicating when they were pulled from the wreckage. he suffered a broken back and he does need surgery. he's had a couple operations. doctors have operated on husband arm and his leg: thousands of people packed dodgers stadium for the first outdoor game between two hockey
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teams. the game between the ducks and kings, first period, jonathan quick saving it, but corey perry jams it into the net. ducks pull ahead 1-0. third period scores 2-0. and a couple players had a hard time adjusting to hockey outdoors. can't keep the little bugs off the ice. ducks go onto win, 3-0. and sharks working on an outdoor game here in the bay area. 9:56. let's go to rosemary for a last check of our weather. >> good morning to you. pleasant weather in the forecast for today. we are mostly cloudy this morning. the clouds are going to thin out, moving out. we'll be left with mostly sunny skies for the second half. it was a chilly start, temperatures are beginning to turn around. mid-40s to 50s around the bay areas feeling a little more comfortable and 60s in the forecast for your lunch hour. low to mid-60s expected from the bay inland and along the coast as well. afternoon highs for today. 70 degrees santa rosa. 69 concord. around the bay, 68 for oakley,
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and 65 san francisco. low 60s in pa sufficient coo. a -- pacifica. a beautiful afternoon once again in the extended forecast. not a lot of change going on for the first part of the week. as we get into thursday, notice we have finally put some rain there on that icon. a chance for showers moving in. and if the models hold true, it could come as early as the morning drive on thursday, which would make it really slick. we'll take it. sierra snow a possibility as billion. >> love that, too. >> that is our report for this morning. thank you for making ktvu your choice for news. >> have a great sunday, everyone.
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i'm chris wallace. president obama gives his state of the union address tuesday, hoping to jump-start his second term. >> i want to work would congress, when ever and wherever i can't. one thing i'm going to emphasize is we're not going to wait. >> we'll discuss the president's agenda, obamakair and more with dan pfeifer. >> then, republicans set their sights on retaking the senate this november. hoping to overcome the in fighting that plagued they're party. >> we don't need more class warfare m

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